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. sc. ople in thee r whs g ae c ere'twin ng n one is they are scared. they don't want to be tarred and feathered, which happens to anybody. the od news hat our kids in college, the ons that bernrend atd ouero getoolits, congress and media. th has happened already. there's a whole generation of young conservatives o aren'ttite thmn t nstiar cd be. acabee will be cast into the nether regions. i can tell you when i left the left, the most difficult part of it was losing every friend i ev had i fe. d iatpsm e. iy thnmllg l eng shon lee so rude and so uncivilized as the msnbc people re i bseke opn wiure a.c it i'ee treroom at bob eel, who has told me that he watched a e siicaneaefge k io dr k esjcnce jckn was threatening to extort him in the business. as you probabl now, jee bot dtnsy reino at lteds ceiv $30 million -- a $30 million distributorship for his sons. this extortion, iimidio stha hld thusd snan rt s fw-o t which is i wonder if mitt romney would understand that most of america -- i'm worr. n okrsms er pe a hexe wwao a c abevsi at illegal immigration could they get no infor
is liberal who has been mugged. my definition of liberal is a conservative who had twin daughters, you know. i do know not many men of the jen ration when they looked at their daughter who said they won't do anything except become a mom. the exec tastes were great back then. >> how did growing up catholic affect you who are now. >> i can tell you the nones were great on grammar. i can -- i don't know if you went to catholic schools. i did gram sentences are two paragraphs long going on forever. i noticed in general, i got to say, when i was at the daily news, i was a come limb nist with there bob whom some of you know is african-american and juan gonzalez and jimmy there. they were excited to managed to come up with a i do verse team of come lom nist they advertised us as rainbow coalition. they kept saying never before has there been so much diversity. we talked one day we all had gone to catholic schools. there's something there, i got tell you. >> do you feel that being a female cool column nist makes you different at all? >> years ago somebody from voig or one of the women's magazine ca
celebrating. our daughter gave birth to twins in november. we have twin grandchildren. they're eight-months old. we couldn't be happier. they got through great. they were cared for. we're es so proud of our daughtr and her husband. pregnant women in danger of gestational diabetes that could threaten their lives or the lives of the babies they're carrying, to now have preventive screening to protect them. don't come to the floor and tell me you're pro-life and profamily and oppose that because if you want a healthy mom and a healthy baby, this screening that starts tomorrow for millions of american women will be a positive step forward toward uneventful births and healthy babies. think about the care and screening for cancer and for all of the problems that women face. i see senator murrion the floor here. -- i see senator murrion the floor here. i want to yield the floor to her in a moment. i want to close by saying this. all those who were on this campaign to repeal obamacare -- that was their slur on it; we accept it -- it is health care under president obama. one of the most impor
of us, and it's not really feasible. so we've got these twin crises, and in my book i represent them as a two-headed alligator that we're trying to deal with. and yet we've been unable as a society the deal with them. and the real breakthrough here, and whether or not he likes it the hero of our story is mitt romney, and the real breakthrough came with governor mitt romney in massachusetts in 2006 when he signed into law massachusetts' health care reform which took a new approach that hadn't been tried before, an approach i like to cry incremental universalism. incremental, or from the right, meaning leave people alone if they like what they have, but help people who don't, for whom the system doesn't work. universal, from the left, meaning let's get to universal coverage. this had not been tried before. they was not a rip it up and start over approach. this was a let's recognize politically that we can't take away things people like, but that we can get to where we need to be in terms of universal coverage. he set up a system which i like to think of as a three-legged stool. the fir
of the alab resitythno spbi for these twin crises, the crisis of the deficit and a crisis of failed banking regulations? he asked what we ha done to protecthe single ouk hecln um hule tit stte.ns gr on the question of are the eurozone funds sufficient, i think he is right to ask that question. weonalayheve rtth t an big enough. i think he ought to give up the hokie cokie and s the aur] ll tleesm pe wiv t rebate and give nothing in return, who took us into the bailout fund even when we were not part of the road. e people whsaha ch hke tot totetes, fa hll never stand up to two big vested interests, the ade ions and brussels. lerewigrnt ri a t res urelationship with the european union, would the prime minister agree that the worst possible moment to start gotiating with 26 other at rlyoced ll? ntof would the prime minister also agreed that as the united kingdom is fully protected by the the statury reqreme for aefdu pral ansof gh tus mbe liet a negotiations we wish to beg and the treaties - had rrebin tuts imsef t zo7 t f n? >> it is worth it saying that everyone has to recognize that the s
heartland and soil of the united states of america. the twin towers, the pentagon. 2001, we had a spike in unemployment, and our economy went in the tank. between that time, though, i think americans should realize that we didn't have exactly everything we wanted in terms of job growth, but unemployment between 2002 and the middle of 2007 actually averaged between 4.5% unemployment and 6% unemployment. we weren't happy with that then, but wouldn't we love to have that level of unemployment now, rather than the 8-point % and the over -- 8.2% and the over 8% we've sustained for 40 straight weeks. americans need to remember, this doesn't have to be the case, the 8.2%. as late as october of 2007 the unemployment rate in this country was 4.4%. we can do that again, but we will not do it again with the failed policies that the president and his party have been imposing on our country during their entire stewardship. the senator from missouri mentioned 8% or higher and the effective rate is 11% if everybody that had left the job force came back in and tried to get a job. actually the unemploy
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made her whole campaign platform that i was 37 years young, had twins and she would spit out the word infant because i had just given birth to our third child you can be a member of congress and good mother and you just can't be both at the same time. >> an issue that is raised with candidates. >> one of the things i wanted to raise, i am fi class is half full kind of person also but think about it when men are also inherently very intelligent and if you look and see what happens when your interoffice with purpose will look back and say why would i want to do that? i go back and look at the 2008 campaign. if you are hillary clinton and you have people talking about your cleavage or you are sarah palin and have people saying how are you going to be vice president when you have so many children do you want to run and i mean, how often is a male candidate running and you hear members of the media say look at that fat belly and comb over. it never happens. [laughter] have you ever seen that happen? it doesn't happen. >> you think it -- >> but you don't say it. when it is the female candid
was 30 years young, had twins and she would spit out the word and sent if they'd just given words to her third child. she would say you can be a good member of congress and a good mother, you just can't be both at the same time. >> that's an issue that's usually raised. >> ayanna glass is half full kind of person also, but think about it. women are inherently very, very intelligent. if you look and see what happens when you run for office, there is a lot of women i think who will fight with purpose, look back and say why would i want to do that? it was look at the 2008 campaign. if you are hillary clinton and you've got people talking about your cleavage or, you know, you are sir pao and saying how he be vice president when you have so many children, do you really want to run? how often his female candidate running and you hear members of the media say look at that fat belly and comb-over, never happens. honestly, have you ever seen it happen? you think it, but she never say, but when it's female, it is she married? vitiate children? how will she take care of them? and never read anythin
the state. if you look, madam president, in southeastern utah near twin falls, the wolferine energy creek farm, it covers about 5,000 acres and pays royalties to 30 different landowners. in 2011 idaho's installed wind capacity grew by nearly 75%. that growth created hundreds of temporary construction jobs as well as permanent jobs in operation maintenance of these facilities. another number, right now idaho's wind sources provide power for nearly 160,000 homes without releasing the nearly 1.1 million metric tons of carbon dioxide that traditional power sources would. wind supports close to 500 jobs in the state of idaho, jobs that wouldn't exist if the wind industry had not been enticed to invest in idaho because of the production tax credit, the p.t.c. and wind energy projects are an investment in local and state economies. wind energy producers provide nearly $2.5 million to the state in property tax payments every year and over $2 million annually in land lease payments to local idahoans who invest that money back into their local communities. those are real dollars that these communit
as the evil twins of candidate campaigns as one f.e.c. commissioner put it. raising unlimited secret money and spending it on massive amounts of advertising, most of it negative, to benefit their preferred candidate. our campaign finance system is broken and it lends itself to corruption in new and unprecedented ways. immediate action is required to fix it. today, we're debating a bill that will at least bring some transparency and accountability into this election spending. this should not be a democratic issue or a republican issue, and in the past, it has not been. it has always had bipartisan support. because it's about protecting our democratic process. we need to pass the disclose act now. as the "usa today" editorial said, citizens united left the public only one way to protect itself from the rising threat -- disclosure. at the federal level, this would be achieved by the disclose act. i thank "usa today" for supporting this bill. the supreme court also made it crystal clear in that very citizens united decision that disclosure was an appropriate and even a necessary part of the he
-- twinning divide between wall street and main street, and you touched on it previously in answering mr. sherman's question, there's a lot to be done for those individuals who are underwater in mortgages and that whole area. and i believe we did the right thing when we did talk, but there's a lot of questions out in with reference to -- here's what main street says. you helped out others. what happens to in the? why can't i get a hand up, a lift up? recently i saw in the new york times there was somewhere out of the box type proposals, one of which were governments have used the legal doctrine of imminent domain and people looked at it generally in real estate on property, but using imminent domain to purchase underwater mortgages at a fair market value, thenork with private investors to reissue new mortgages with smaller balances to homeowners and home owners would no longer be underwater and would be able to repair their credit lating so not likely to default, and new investors would be repaid, and the taxpayers won't be involved, won't be anything added to the budget. so my first que
of being at my advanced age and still having a -- 10-year-old children, twins. i got tired of waiting for grandchildren so i made my own. [laughter] so they go to a school in which a bad idea of inclusiveness, where we look at forced immigration or voluntary immigration. they interview people who have come to the country and they start establishing a wet -- was not able to do in this lifetime. the relationship that will make the difference. until we really get to know each other from who we really are and in the spiritual sense, children of god and until we recognize that in ourselves and others and all acts from that, that is the freedom. that is the freedom that i think is the only real freedom that we can ever aspire to. and in redlining and all that other stuff, even the civil rights act accomplished nothing without that basis of each one of us seeing our relationship through the spiritual eyes of our oneness, not our separation. >> thank you. did you have a question? [laughter] >> thank you very much. that was beautiful by the way. [applause] >> hi. as the mother of a 12-year-old
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